Dr Lora Saalman talked to Swedish Radio about cyberwarfare.
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The conference provided relevant practitioners and civil society experts with an opportunity to learn about new technologies; discuss the technical, legal and operational issues raised by emerging technologies in the context of Article 36 reviews; and identify concrete solutions to help to strengthen compliance with the requirements of Article 36.
This event hosted 12 leading academic, official, technical and legal cyber security experts from Estonia, Japan, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as an audience of over 30 ambassadors, defence attachés, senior scientists, and industry experts to discuss definitions and threats to critical infrastructure, case studies of cyber intrusions and attacks, as well as concrete ways forward on national, regional and international cooperation.
Ahead of the 2019 Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference at the United Nations headquarters in New York, SIPRI is pleased to announce the release of a new edited volume, the first in a trilogy on regional perspectives, ‘The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Strategic Stability and Nuclear Risk: Euro-Atlantic Perspectives’. Companion volumes offering perspectives from East Asia and South Asia are forthcoming.
(Stockholm, 28 September 2020) Cyber incident management strategies should prioritize making systems—and societies—more robust and resilient to a broad range of cyber risks, rather focus narrowly on preventing and responding to cyberattacks, argues a new SIPRI Policy Paper released today.
This workshop will host Japanese, European and US experts from technical, industry, legal and academic communities to explore cyber definitions, cases of cyber intrusion and attack, as well as response and cooperation at the national, regional and international level.